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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 September 2021
After reading the reviews before I purchased this item, I was aware that they are sized small, and took the advice to order a UK size 7.
When they arrived, I eagerly unpacked them and slid my feet in - they are called sliders after all... only that didn't happen.
My toes and a bit of my bridge slid under the top, then I could slide no more.
No matter how hard I tried to wedge my feet under the top of the slider, there was no way my foot was going in. As my toes started to turn blue, I knew they weren't going to fit.
Once my feet were back out, and my toes began to turn a normal colour again, I checked the size of the slider sole against my foot and it was a near enough perfect fit.
The issue is the top strap of the slider... it appears to be made for people with no bridge on their foot at all. I don't have an abnormally sized bridge so there's no reason why this part of the slider needs to be so tight.

Anyway, I admitted defeat and returned them for the next size up, a UK 8.
These arrived promptly, and I tried again... can you guess what happened?

I can "wedge" my feet under the slider more, but it's still very uncomfortable, and the slider sole is big on my foot. I just hope that after a while one of two things will happen:
1. The top strap of the slider starts to give a little and becomes more comfortable
2. My toes fall off through lack of blood supply

On the plus side:
They are lightweight
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